A pair of 10-year-old Chinese twin sisters met for the first time in person Tuesday – and shed tears of joy as they gave each other a long-awaited hug.
Gracie Rainsberry and Audrey Doering grew up hundreds of miles away from each other after being adopted shortly after birth by two different families. Their families didn’t know that the girls had a sibling until December, when Audrey’s mother found a photo of both of them together as babies, posing with their Chinese foster mother.
Audrey’s mother managed to locate her daughter’s twin sister, and the two girls first spoke to each other via FaceTime. Their reunion Tuesday, which happened live on ‘Good Morning America’, gave them a chance to bond even further.
Gracie, who lives in Richland, Washington, and Audrey, who grew up almost 1,500 miles away in Wausau, Wisconsin, fell into each other’s arms. The two sisters, who both wear glasses, had even arranged to wear identical outfits.
据美国侨报网援引《每日邮报》1月11日报道，格雷西（Gracie Rainsberry）和奥黛丽（Audrey Doering）出生后不久在孤儿院分别被相距数百千里的两家美国人抚养，双方家庭一直都不知道孩子有着孪生姐妹。
london haz, Mumbai, India, 17 hours ago
Girls reaction were real ………. though programmers did arrange their clothes.
TheIrishGuy, Dublin, Ireland, 1 day ago
And they both have the same clothes, same glasses etc? Fake!
Riha, House of Cards, United Kingdom, 1 day ago
Reading comprehension is not your thing, is it? The article and the video both said that the two girls had already been in contact via Facetime and had arranged to wear the same outfit for their first meeting.
no kidding, lincoln, United Kingdom, 1 day ago
They should never of been separated ,totally wrong
Mustafa Leak, Sin City, United Kingdom, 1 day ago
brilliant, to find out that you have a sister and a twin to boot…hopefully they can be together..if they wish.
LikeAVirgin, Lon-un-don, United Kingdom, 1 day ago
Poor little girls – ripped from each other, their culture, the land of their ancestors.